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Simon Spilsbury

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Archival giclee print on 305gsm Hahnemuhle 100% Cotton Rag Acid Free paper, with unique emoji faces hand-drawn on each piece by the artist.
Limited edition of 25.
Unframed. 
Framing available upon request.
Print size: 60 x 60cm
Delivery within 1-2 weeks.

About the artist

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Simon has been working as a graphic artist for 30 years. His commissioners have described his work as spontaneous, energetic, quirky, inherently humorous and elegant. He works from his studio in Bath UK.

His work has appeared in many advertising campaigns, TV programmes/idents and column inches across the globe including Nike, Virgin, Cobra Beer, C4, The London Election, Charlie Bighams, Waterstones, Paramount, The Sunday Times, The Guardian and The Independent.

His work has won numerous awards including British Illustration Gold and D&D Silver. He has been featured 
in Luerzers 200 Best Illustrators, Tachen’s Illustrators NOW and more recently in Taschen’s 100 Illustrators.

$381.00

Plus £10 for UK delivery

Archival giclee print on 305gsm Hahnemuhle 100% Cotton Rag Acid Free paper, with unique emoji faces hand-drawn on each piece by the artist.
Limited edition of 25.
Unframed. 
Framing available upon request.
Print size: 60 x 60cm
Delivery within 1-2 weeks.

About the artist

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Simon has been working as a graphic artist for 30 years. His commissioners have described his work as spontaneous, energetic, quirky, inherently humorous and elegant. He works from his studio in Bath UK.

His work has appeared in many advertising campaigns, TV programmes/idents and column inches across the globe including Nike, Virgin, Cobra Beer, C4, The London Election, Charlie Bighams, Waterstones, Paramount, The Sunday Times, The Guardian and The Independent.

His work has won numerous awards including British Illustration Gold and D&D Silver. He has been featured 
in Luerzers 200 Best Illustrators, Tachen’s Illustrators NOW and more recently in Taschen’s 100 Illustrators.

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